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Old December 13th, 2007, 5:23 am
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Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

I hope there´s not a thread like this out there but if it is then please close this one...

I was wondering how many of you will turn the page on Harry (you know what I mean) now that the story is complete, will you keep talking about it here or on some other forums??? would you still search for answers??? when do you think would be your time to say goodbye and stop discussing Harry Potter books??? or would it be a long time before you even start thinking about it???

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Old December 13th, 2007, 5:39 am
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

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that the story is complete, would you keep talking about it here or on some other forums???
No.
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would you search for not answered questions???
No.
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when do you think would be your time to say goodbye and stop discussing Harry Potter books???
When I lose interest which is between ASAP and the near future.
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or would it be a long time before you even start thinking about it???
Yes.


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Old December 13th, 2007, 6:00 am
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

Well I have not come here as often as I did before finishing the 7th book. For the time being I see myself popping in just not as often as I use to. I use to log in at least every other day. This is first time I’ve been here since November 9th. As far as searching for answers probably not on purpose , I never tried to search for answers before the series was completed. I might read someone theory on something and comment but really the only way to get answers is from Jo, other wise anything found is just speculation.

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when do you think would be your time to say goodbye and stop discussing Harry Potter books???
I really dont know as i don't see myself stop coming here or the few other HP forum related boards anytime in the near future. Although as i said i pop in less frequently then i use too.


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Old December 13th, 2007, 8:01 am
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

No, I even quote from them. I've never stopped reading them, HBP at present, and enjoy them more, every time I read them.


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Old December 13th, 2007, 8:01 am
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

HP is a major part of me life; I'll never be completely 'over it'. I think I'll probably grow out of my obsession, but.... for the time being, I'm still in love :]


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Old December 13th, 2007, 10:07 am
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

HP will never die for me . . . I'm sure that I'll read this series a few more times in my life . . . lol . . . I can picture me as a little old lady in a rocking chair reading PoA and enjoying just as much as I do now . . .

actually I think it will be cool to you know go on and ten or twenty years from now read them again . . . it'll cool to see how well you remember stuff from them

I think I'd do anything to be able to go back and read them for the first time all over again . . . to not know whats going to happen . . . oh well. guess I have to hope for a brain injury that causes some memory loss. lol j/k that's a bit extreme.


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Old December 13th, 2007, 10:20 am
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

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I was wondering how many of you will turn the page on Harry (you know what I mean) now that the story is complete
I suspect that there are many people who have done just that. Just because I know the end desn't mean that I am going to "turn the page" on Harry, but I suspect that my interest will be more muted.
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will you keep talking about it here or on some other forums??? would you still search for answers???
I will still talk about Harry here, but I'm afraid that real life does tend to insert itself at the most inoppurtune moments, so i haven't been here as much as I wanted.
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when do you think would be your time to say goodbye and stop discussing Harry Potter books??? or would it be a long time before you even start thinking about it???
I don't think that I will ever think like that - so no goodbyes.


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Old December 13th, 2007, 3:50 pm
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

I dont think I will ever stop discussing Harry. He will definitely be passed down to my children, because it is an amazing series and provides many lessons.


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Old December 13th, 2007, 5:01 pm
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

now that the story is complete, will you keep talking about it here or on some other forums??? would you still search for answers???

No.
Definitely everything has an ending.

when do you think would be your time to say goodbye and stop discussing Harry Potter books???

I dont know such things happanes sooner or later we dont know

would it be a long time before you even start thinking about it???

Yes... Maybe later I will return to talk about HP. I dont know, but I´m still trying to come back to LOTR and no, I finished everything with it. So the same happens with HP.

But it can return someday, for sure, I have seen sucha things.



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Old December 13th, 2007, 5:04 pm
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

Oh it will be a long time before I stop discussing Harry Potter... I feel I will be writing Harry Potter fan-fiction for a few more years... if I can continue to keep up the ideas of new stories.

I don't think there will ever be a time when I stop discussing it... or when I refuse to talk to someone about it.


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Old December 13th, 2007, 5:45 pm
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

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I was wondering how many of you will turn the page on Harry (you know what I mean) now that the story is complete, will you keep talking about it here or on some other forums???

I will on this forum and on other HP forums for some time i guess.

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would you still search for answers???
I don't think I will. Most of the things are clear and out.

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when do you think would be your time to say goodbye and stop discussing Harry Potter books???
I am not saying good bye till HBP movie comes out, after that I think I will start leaving it.


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or would it be a long time before you even start thinking about it???

A year or so I will be on it, I think.


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Old December 13th, 2007, 8:59 pm
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

I don't know, this is such a tough thread to answer.

I think that i'll keep talking about harry potter for a fairly long time, maybe a few months after the encyclopedia comes out. as for searching for answers, i have a lot in my own mind, and i don't know if i'll really think about them much more. i started really thinking about this when i saw this thread. i dont know how i'll say goodbye to harry potter, i think i'll start crying when i decide to.


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Old December 13th, 2007, 9:11 pm
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

I hope for me to say goodbye to the series in a natural way.

I won't just wake up one and decide not to talk about Harry Potter anymore.

It is a process, that hopefully I won't be aware of, if I am withdrawing from it. Not too sure, I am withdrawing from this interest....but when it happens it won't be painful, just natural.


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Old December 13th, 2007, 10:05 pm
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

As long as I have grandchildren, nieces and nephews to read the books when they're old enough I will continue to talk about Harry Potter. My grandnephew has just turned ten and is reading the first book. He loves it and I'm so excited that he's asking questions and becoming a new little fan!
My grandson is 14 months old and I've already bought him the whole set of books. If they want to remain in my will they will read the books! :-)


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Old December 14th, 2007, 2:36 am
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

well,like someone said up there its a process,as long as we still have the movies to lookforward to i dont think so,but then,little by little i guess at least there will be less and less to be said...

ill never stopr rereading them thats for sure..but i know someday thsi pottermania ive got will eventually shade away


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Old December 14th, 2007, 8:51 am
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

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If they want to remain in my will they will read the books! :-)



I really don't see myself stop discussing, as long as there are people willing to discuss it with me.


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Old December 15th, 2007, 3:52 am
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

i like harry potter and i want to discuss all clues the next years


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Old December 15th, 2007, 4:03 am
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

I don't think I'll ever stop discussing. I can't really imagine myself not wanting to talk about the books.


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Old December 15th, 2007, 5:43 pm
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

No. Just no. I will not tire of Harry for a long time, if ever.


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Old December 15th, 2007, 9:59 pm
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Re: Would you ever stop discussing Harry Potter books?

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No, I even quote from them. I've never stopped reading them, and enjoy them more, every time I read them.
Same here.
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I don't think there will ever be a time when I stop discussing it... or when I refuse to talk to someone about it.
If someone wants to discuss, i will oblige.

My grown children and I still discuss the series and the movies. When grandchildren come along, 'Grandma' will be reading to them and/or with them and watching the movies together.


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